Huckleberry Letterpress offers custom letterpress printing for designers, businesses and individuals. We're happy to print your existing design or offer our design services to create something just for you.
Note: We currently do not have the bandwidth to accept any design work at the moment. We can only letterpress print projects that are already designed and ready-to-print. Thank you!
In general, letterpress wedding suites range from $1,000 - $3,000+. There is a $250 minimum for stationery, business cards and smaller projects.
We offer custom letterpress printing for your engagement announcements, save-the-dates, invitations, and all the way to your day-of materials and thank-you cards.
Letterpress business cards make a lasting first impression. The look and feel of your cards will not go unnoticed.
Writing notes is much more enjoyable when you have your own beautiful stationery. Whether you're looking for stationery for business correspondence or personal use, we can print pieces that you'll love to write on and your recipients will love to read.
Our services include letterpress printing, envelope printing, edge painting, cutting, scoring, finishing and die-cutting. We do not currently offer hot-foil stamping.
Our job time estimates are based on difficulty, backlog and if your paper is in stock.
Standard: 8-10 business days
Rush: 3-5 business days (rush fees apply)
Chandler and Price 8 x 12
Chandler and Price 8 x 12 (Scoring / Die-cutting)
Chandler and Price 10 x 15
Heidelberg Windmill 10 x 15
Challenge 19" Paper Cutter
Airbrush Edging System
For more info and pricing, please email Justin.
Letterpress printing is the process of using wood or lead type that is covered with ink and pressed into paper with great amounts of pressure. This printing process has become more and more rare since the invention of digital and offset printers.
Thankfully, technology has jumpstarted a letterpress renaissance. Designers and printers are no longer limited to using only wood and lead type. Now designers can inexpensively output and print any design using photo polymer plates paired with a steel base. It's a perfect combination of old and new techniques.
Although offset and digital printing have their advantages, those methods cannot reproduce the beautiful impression that is made on paper by letterpress printing. We can’t say this officially, but we’re pretty sure it's the best form of printing.